When haricots verts, those pencil-thin green beans, make their appearance in farmers markets, I get about as excited as when I see sour cherries.
Something has to happen, and fast. They’re so delicate that they start to go limp after even just a couple of days in the fridge, and then what’s the point? I might as well use regular old green beans.
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